Bookish Consideration: What Does “Summer Reading” Mean to You?

When I was growing up, the library Reading Program was always a highlight of the summer. Our family frequented three local libraries, and I remember participating in each library’s program at some ...

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Quick Lit + June 2024

With a couple of exceptions, the books I read this month were . . . fine. Not horrible, but not favorites either. That’s not to say YOU won’t find your next favorite ...

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A Fun Collaboration (and an opportunity to get to know me a little better!)

Friends, I have something REALLY fun to share with you today! Recently, my blogging pal Michelle of The Book Devotions reached out inviting me to be part of a new Substack project ...

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Bookish Considerations: What Are Your Wishes for the Book Fairy?

Some of my favorite blog posts are inspired by my podcast listening, and that is the case with this month’s Bookish Consideration. Last month on Currently Reading, hosts Kaytee and Meredith did ...

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Quick Lit + May 2024

It was an average reading month, with quite a few good books, a few that I really didn’t enjoy at all, and a couple of books that will be on my list ...

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Best of the Backlist: Books That Care for Your Soul

Reading in its multitudinous forms and genres can be an excellent form of soul care. The act of slowing down and letting words pour over me brings a certain calming to my ...

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Bookish Considerations: Are you a rereader?

A few years ago, as I was sitting around a dinner table discussing hobbies with with a group of newish friends, my love of reading inevitably entered into the conversation. After I’d ...

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Quick Lit + April 2024

This month included books I loved and books I didn’t, books that will be with me for a long time, and a couple of books I can’t WAIT for you to read ...

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Best of the Backlist: Middle Grade Novels That Adults Will Love Too!

It seems that every month features a bookish celebration (or five!), and one celebration I can absolutely get excited about is Middle Grade March. This month-long festival is dedicated to reading Middle ...

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Bonus Book Review: Habits of the Household, by Justin Whitmel Earley

As a mom, my primary goal in raising my children is that they know and love the Lord—not superficially, but with all of their hearts, minds, and souls. I pray that they ...

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